Air Canada plane was ‘a few feet’ from ‘worst crash in aviation history,’ NTSB report says

A near-collision of airliners in San Francisco last year was a few feet from becoming the worst crash in aviation…

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Don’t delete your dealer’s number yet — legal cannabis shortage looms

Licensed cannabis producers have vaults of marijuana, stocked with thousands upon thousands of kilograms ready for Oct. 17, but industry…

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‘A sigh of relief,’ threatened auto tariffs not imposed in new NAFTA

There are no auto tariffs placed on Canadian vehicles as outlined in the new free trade agreement, after negotiations concluded…

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Donkin mine drops appeal of sanctions for overpaying temporary foreign workers

The operator of the Donkin coal mine in Cape Breton has abandoned a court appeal and is accepting strong federal…

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Instagram co-founders resign with no explanation

The co-founders of Instagram are resigning their positions with the social media company without explanation. Chief executive Kevin Systrom said…

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As legalization looms, pot dispensaries wrestle with whether to close now to go legit later

Justin Loizos is a cannabis convert. After dealing with chronic pain for years as a result of multiple sclerosis, he eventually…

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Torstar signs agreement to purchase political website iPolitics

Torstar Corp. announced Thursday that it has signed an agreement to purchase some assets of Ottawa-based political website iPolitics Inc. The deal…

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Global shares mixed amid concern over US-Canada trade

European stock markets mostly rose on Monday, after Asia closed lower, amid worries about trade friction between the U.S. and…

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TD Bank ends earning season on high note with 12% increase in profit

TD Bank Group wrapped up a bullish third-quarter earnings season for Canada’s biggest lenders on Thursday with a profit of…

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Lower shipments of cars and car parts push Canadian wholesale sales down in June

Statistics Canada says wholesale sales fell 0.8 per cent in June to $63.1 billion in June. The report was in…

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